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Energy providers and EPC's

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If you switch to an energy provider that only supplies green energy, like Good Energy, could this count towards your EPC rating?
If not, then why not? It would be reducing your carbon footprint.
 

TedM

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Don't get carried away with the idea that SAP is incredibly accurate - it's not.

Only an average for all UK grid electricity CO2 content is used.
 
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Thanks Ted, it was just a thought.
But if the Government wanted to be green, it would be a good idea to include this in EPC's, but there again it may not help in the tax revenues.(own question answered there then).
 
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